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in was named in honor of an arlington native, david brown. he was a mission specialist on the updated columbia. he grew up right near the planetarium. this was athe skies, from time lapse wintergreen. the morning fog and clouds. think there will be some more tomorrow morning. look at the temperatures, though. is 76 degrees. are some showers, but none the wild whether we had around last night. look at the cooler air off to our north and northwest. that will be the air coming in as they go through much of the weekend. lot better.looks a here is what is going on in doppler right now. there are those showers 40 parts ofthe northern parts southern maryland. -- for you in parts of southern maryland. you can get a general idea of widespread they are. n is one we patter have the drier air continue to come in. winds turn more to our nw. a lot of those showers will be well to our north -- well to our south. look at the morning low temperatures. by tomorrow morning, it into 50's. the feel of fall will be any air. clouds duringher the afternoon. free admission for skyline drive tomorrow. temperatures will
has been caught stealing more than pythias brown. he manned a luggage screening machine at newark and estimates he stole some $800,000 worth of items from passenger luggage in a four-year crime spree. >> i could tell whether it was cameras or laptops or portable cameras or whatever kind of electronic was in the bag. >> reporter: that's what you wanted? >> yeah. >> reporter: once you saw that -- >> i would alarm the bag. >> reporter: that gave you the justification to open it? >> yes. >> reporter: just out of prison, where he served three years, brown told abc news theft was easy. part of a culture of indifferences at tsa, whose officers are among the lowest paid employees of the federal government. you knew what you were doing was wrong? >> yes. >> reporter: but you did it anyway? >> yes. >> reporter: why did you do it? >> just playing in with the rest of them, of, i don't care and, they ain't treating us right and they're not paying us right. >> reporter: brown showed us the action he used at the airport where he says no one is checked for stolen goods. >> it was so easy, one day
in the civil rights movement is coming to d.c. host to the's browns. officialtory is the back onto theing field. pamela howze: it just seems like such an... infringement on our lives. how dare they step into my life that way. it's none of their business. he's trying to restricus, again. he's taking us backwards. george allen is the last thing we need in washington. anncr: the democratic senatorial campaign committee is... responsible for the content of this advertising. your share of obama's debt is over 50 thousand dollars, and it grows every day. obama's policies are making it harder on women. the poverov rate for women -- the highest in 17 years. more women are unemployed under president obama. more than five and a half million women can't find work. that's what obama's policies have done for women. welcome, daughter. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. >> 55 years ago, a group of r theirs stood up fo an education. >> now the african-american is getting pieces of history from the youngest of those pioneers. greta kreuz has the story. >> september, 1957, black students inte
in as the ravens were hosting the cleveland browns. have more on the officials welcomed return. i can tell you at last check, 10 points.were up by everyone has been closely watching this court. everyone has been closely watching the referees. of these teams want a we saw monday night. fireworks to get the crowd going. you cannot forget all little of good luck. baltimore ravens fans were hungry for victory. their eyes were not just on the players, but on the guys with the black and white uniforms. >> we need the professionals jobs.their >> the commissioner apologize to ofs for three weeks fficials.nt >> all the bad calls we had gotten in the past weeks. >> it was crazy. they had to do something. >> fights in the stands, fight on the field. >> no one can predict this, call on the final play monday night that cost the green bay packers the game. >> he would hate to see your on a bad call. >> the commissioner admitted may have pushed parties to agree on deal. >> they make a lot of money, but the day, how much s the nfl bringing an end? >> fans in baltimore are optimistic that this is just a in the
. but for the return of the real referees. the officials were back on the field for the browns/ravens game after a deal was struck to end their lockout. baltimore beat cleveland 24-16. but a lot of people say the winners were the fans to see the game officiated by the pros. >>> the filmmaker behind the anti-islamic movie that sparked protests around the islamic world has been arrested in california. he apparently had eight violations. a judge said he posed a flight risk. and had a lengthy pattern of deception. among them, allegedly lying about making the film. >>> israeli prime minister, benjamin netanyahu, went low-tech to sound the alarm about iran's high-tech threat. he told the united nations general assembly that iran will have enough enriched uranium to build a bomb by next summer. >> a red line should be drawn right here. before iran completes the second stage of nuclear enrichment necessary to make a bomb. >> later, netanyahu met with secretary of state hillary clinton, making his case for military action. >>> the campaign countdowns are in full swings this morning. five days until the first de
. >> the regular referee is will work tonight between the baltimore ravens and the browns. >> the deal is done. >> regular nfl officials returned to work tonight after a tentative agreement to end of the lockout that began in june. the officials in union still needs to approve the deal, but the commissioner lifted the lockout so the referees can call tonight's game in baltimore. in a statement the commissioner said -- this is shocking finished to monday oppose the game might have been the breaking point. -- shocking finish to monday's game might have been the breaking point. they called what looked like an interception a touchdown. >> beyond you and i and the sports world, this went to the today show, good morning america. >> it brought a renewed sense of urgency to strike a deal. this morning nfl players welcomed the referee is returned. -- referees return. >> the nfl will get to hire a bunch of officials they can hire to replace underproducing referee is. >> after the game, he used a curse word and a tweet about how his team was robbed. he said the nfl can find him and use the money to pay t
-suicide. >> and a new date set for kwame brown. the reasons for the hearing are unknowns. he was found guilty of fraud and resigned as council chair. he is continuing to cooperate with prosecutors. and another executive has so far run up $20,000 in legal fees in an ongoing discrimination suit. the county hired a private lawyer after they decided they could no longer represent him. there was a deposition. he is accused of creating a hostile work environment and for firing an aide that complained about his behavior. >> next at 6:00, work will begin on the earthquake-damaged washington monument. >> and bob has a look at what the forecast could be. >> and 1 redskin is heading to the sideline permanently, while another could be going there too. and a deal is reportedly close to being reached. anncr: their dishonest ads are everywhere. a west virginia casino spending a fortune... to stop question seven. they donon't want coetition. the washinon post wrote the casino behind the ads is. "most concerned with its own bottom line." and the baltimorore sun says it "doesn't havmaryland... taxpayers' inter
of pink around. >> pamela brown has the story. pink,ough the power of georgetown university spending less critics sending a strong message. every -- these are sending a strong message. grandma have it, it scary knowing it is a possibility. but she is not alone. their passion stems from pain. >> for many of the girls out tonight, seeing in the white house right across the in pink gives them hope. that myves me hope ones, maybe someday no one will. >> the breast cancer protection require insurance ampany to uncover -- to cover limited hospital stays for patients undergoing mastectomies. celebration at a post office. you can see the dedication of earthquakes stamps. it shows our planet from above with pictures taken from ultralightand aircraft. >> they are beautiful stamps. there were a group of students .here today i bought five books of stamps at local post office because they are so pretty. >> the perfect event for you. it has your name all over it. >> karen davidson, one of our photographers, took a of the black water refuge. is one of the stamps, right here from one of our own local pho
brown's new show will debut october 24 on the lifetime network and will feature he grandmotherr cissy houstonheher aunt and guardian pat houston, and her boyfriend. there's a new bachelor from dallas and he's confident he will find his soul mate when "the bachelor returns in january for its 17th season. we have had the first elimination on "dancing with the stars." pamela anderson and drool saew lechet were in the bottom. >> pamela. >> the judges gave anderson the lowest score out of the all stars on monday night. the fans did not come through to steeper dancing another week. of celebrities will return to the dance floor monday. night on abc monday we continue to celebrate this week of the premiers on abc. we are giving away gift baskets filled with $200 worth of prizes including show dvd's. you have until 6:00 a.m. to go to our facebook page to sign up. we will announce a winner each day this week during our 6:00 a.m. hour. it is 65 degrees. a story that will perk you up. we will take a look at the top [ male announcer ] the magic of nature blooms in every seed in deep red
that was easy. >> reporter: just out of prison, convicted tsa officer, pitheus brown says he stole $800,000 of items over a four-year period. brown manned the tsa baggage screening machine at newark airport. where he would be tepd off. overhead cameras weren't working and others did the same thing. >> it became massive. >> massive. >> yeah. >> you weren't the only one? >> no. >> reporter: in our own investigations involving ten airports with history of tsa theft problems, abc news checked bags with ipayipads and cash an left beef hind ipads at tsa check points. all the luggage made it past tsa safely. in nine out of ten cases, at carry-on check points. tsa screening officers did exactly what they are trained to do. >> please come back to the podium to claim your items. >> reporter: it was a different story in or lalando where our i was seen in the hand of andy ramirez. two hours later we were able to track the ipad as it left the airport and ended up at tsa officer's home. brian ross. abc news. can you give me a hand here. we are looking for a missing ipad. >> missing ipad? >> reporter:
me. this is a special place because it's named for dave brown, an astronaut's lost in the challenger. the community has come together it.ebuild >> they have. its been a lot of work. it had fallen into disrepair. >> it had been gently running down. the director was keeping it going with heroic efforts, but .updating it needed new seats. and a new seats all that was very expensive. >> this was the only planetarium in the metropolitan area that was open for schoolchildren and .to learn >> it's the only freestanding planetarium. others in the area, but they are located inside school buildings and accessible only to the buildings.hose this one is unique, so people come from all over the region and they do. the community can use it and students, every day. >> how exciting is it to have of the david bram planetarium? >> it's wonderful. i have been involved in public outreach all of my professional career. i know planetariums are the gateway drug for science. when kids get into a place like this and get blown away by their --erience >> the open house is this weekend. the first programs for a
is challenging himself on the job and always striving to do more. pamela brown has more on his incredible accomplishments. >> five days a week, he spends more than an hour commuting to his office. as the associate director of the small business program, he stays busy and wishes he has more hours in the day. >> there are many things i would like to do here. >> 70 years ago, he began his career as an inspector at the philadelphia navy yard. soon after, he joined the navy. in 1946, he left the navy, but continued working as a civilian on a missile. five years later he made the jump to the small business program for the navy. he is the most experienced member of the team. >> he has mentored through the program. >> he has so much to give, i hoping never retires. >> he admits his son and daughter are considering their own retirements. >> you feel a lot older than you really are. >> why keep working? >> the pride of accomplishment. >> a special ceremony will be held tomorrow at 10:00 at the washington navy yard. >> i love that story. that is it for abc 7 news at 5:00. >> live and in hd, this is
replacement refs and the real refs are in for the baltimore ravens and the browns game. not know if it is me, are extra birds chirping, there are people around. in the horizon. even though the new deal would until the weekend, told theyn tonight.n to work it was that play on monday night football that triggered a wave outrage when seattle was the game after it appeared green bay had one. they will see an increase in pay several thousand a season and retirement benefits will be new hires.r the flip side, the league new have the power to hire the ones replacing underperforming. this was all over $3.3 million a money. pension the commissioner of the lead -- released a statement he looks forward to having the best referees on the field and he also thanked the fans for their passion. an average salary of $173,000 a season. return tonight in baltimore. >> do not be too happy. there are just refs. a small wisconsin t-shirt company is about to make a big -- calle t-shirts say "worst ever." they sell for $12.70. scoreay that was the the game. it is getting national attention. >> california, new york,
's browns/ravens game. if the deal gets done in the next 24 hours the rest of the refs could be on the field sunday. either way the refs taken for granted no longer. >>> thank you so much. dan. now we turn to an uprising in the school cafeteria. schools say healthy lunches man dated under federal guidelines leaving them hungry. the new menu is supposed to help fight obesity but the kids are fighting back with a song and raising questions what's enough. we want to know what's happening with the lunches they're getting. jim avila has more. >> it's a lunch room revolt. ♪ i need to get some food today ♪ >> students and teachers at this kansas high school creating eye viral video pro tefth of the new callie-cutting menus in their cafeteria. they say they're just not getting enough to eat. ♪ we are hungry >> reporter: their complaint new usda school lunch guidelines, limbing cal trois fight obesity epidemic among the america's youth. the new nutritionist recommended rules resplikt elementary scholars to 650 calorie, 070 for middle school and 850 for high school. today you may find pizza, chi
, that was easy. >> reporter: pythius brown stole $800,000 in a four-year period. he said he would be tipped off and overhead cameras weren't working and others did the same thing. >> it became massive. >> reporter: massive? >> yeah. >> reporter: you weren't the only one? >> no. >> reporter: in our own investigation, involving ten major airports with a history of problems, abc news checked backs with ipads and cash and left behind ipads at tsa checkpoints. all the luggage made it past tsa safely. and at carry-on checkpoints, tsa screening officers did exactly what they are trained to do. >> please come back to claim your item. >> reporter: but it was a different story in orlando, where our ipad was last seen in the hands of this tsa officer, andy ramirez. two hours later, we were able to track the ipad, as it left the airport and ended up at the tsa officer's home. brian ross from abc news. give me a hand here. we're looking for a missing ipad. >> missing ipad? >> reporter: yeah. when we went to reclaim the i pad two weeks later, ramirez, at first, denied having it. >> okay. >> reporter: is it h
the regular refs cacall tonight's browns/ravens games in baltimore. in a statement, roger goodell said, we look forward to having the finest officials in sports back on the field. and i want to give a special thanks to nfl fans for their passion. now, it's time to put the focus on the teams and players where it belongs. this end to monday night's packers/seahawks game. two replacement refs make different calls. >> this is comical to me, really. >> reporter: ultimately ruling what looked like an interception a touchdown. the call infuriated announcers, players and fans. >> bring the guys back now. >> beyond you and i in the sports world and football people, this went to the "today" show, "good morning america," it was national conversation. >> reporter: monday's finish and other embarrassing calls by replacement refs brought a new sense of urgency to strike a deal. c.j. spiller of the buffalo bills tweeted, welcome back, refs. glad y'all got a deal done. but thanks to replacement refs for doing their best. the refs will see a boost in salary over the next several seasons. and the nfl will g
. pamela brown has more. >> it is one of the disastrous situations i have created. >> arnold schwarzenegger openly and misspent he lied to hyssop -- openly admits that he lied to his wife about his affair and his son. for 10 years, the woman continued to work in the schwarzenegger house. >> it is not worth punishing somebody for being in this situation. >> schwarzenegger reveal the affair to his wife during couples therapy. that led to the breakup of their marriage. here knowledge as it was not his only affair, but he still holds out hope that his marriage will one day be restored. his autobiography also covers his rise to fame, his body building titles and blockbuster movie making before becoming california's governor. his former press secretary says she is not surprised by her former bosses told admissions. >> he likes creating drama. i think it is one of the things he is trying to do to generate sales for the book. it is the nature of who is. he has a penchant for the big the dramatic, and sometimes that is good and sometimes that is less ideal. >> schwarzenegger says maria shriver has n
could soon road in california. governor jerry brown signed a establishing safety and performance regulations for the vehicles. working onrs are that can drive themselves. experts say they can make roads safer, reduce congestion, and e commuters from the drudgery of driving. >> the first dancing all-star sent home. >> pamela anderson was at the scoreboard and the not to save her. she did not stick around for interviews. >> pamela. >> pamela anderson and her partner were the first all-star as to leave the ballroom. they danced once, but pamela also skipped out of doing any interviews after her elimination. >> why is she not here? >> i believe she was definitely disappointed. am. >> he admits they did not raise could have.hey time just got away from them. >> maybe the time, the nerves, the intensity of what we were .oing just not pan out the way we wanted. y are out of the competition. a former champion found himself two.e bottom his partner barely survived eliminations. is already looking ahead to jive.eek's >> i will try to make it the best the dance floor has ever seen. bleed, ca
that paves the way for self-driving cars -- yes, we said self-driving cars, california governor jerry brown called those science fiction becoming tomorrow's reality. >> they're closer to becoming reality than you think. abc's jim avila has taken one for a test drive. >> reporter: you've seen this, cars that slam on the brakes before you hit a pole. but here's something you have never seen. the car of the future. making the driver totally unnecessary. no hands. google's working on one. and the federal government is sponsoring a field test in ann arbor, michigan. with cars that automatically swerve past accidents and alert you to oncoming hazards. now, this at general motors test track. i sat in the driver's seat when this car stayed in its lane. it stopped on its own when a car driving 30 miles an hour slower, pulled in front of us. >> we can see the day when cars avoid collisions. >> reporter: it's on a dream, since george jetson sat in his flying car. >> the vehicle can take complete control and take you to your destination in comfort and safety and security. >> reporter: this prototype us
headquarters this week, j jerry brown signed a la legalizing driverless cars. the search giant has been developingelf driving cars for years and they use camera a's and radar to detetect other vehicles and have reportedly lologged 300,000 road miles without an accident. implementing this idea is right on schedule. it was just at the 1939 world's fair when general motors predicted a highway system full of electric cars controlled by remote radio as part of thee company's future exhibit. that u thank you for joining me. joinin me for a special intervi oracle cofounder and ceo and the third richest american larry elliston will be our special guest. keep it here where wall street meets main street. have a great week, everybody. i will see you next weekend. this country was built by working people. the economy needs manufacturing. machines, tools, people making stuff. companies have to invest in making things. infrastructure, construction, production. we need it now more than ever. chevron's putting more than $8 billion dollars back in the u.s. economy this year. in pipes, cement, steel, job
. and then, she bagged an emmy again. she was spotted sporting her emmy. she brown-bagged it and walked through l.a.x., in a more casual look than the chartreuse couture gown that was named by the one and only style mavin, josh elliott, as the best look on the red carpet. >> she was stunning. >> julie bowen also in chartreu chartreuse. >>> the force very much alive for "star wars." at least for its theme song. it's as if the instrumental was whispering i am your father, to this fussy baby. watch. >> oh. >> mom and dad discovered, the iconic song would immediately hush their otherwise inconsolable guy. the force at work. it's been viral online. as has this one of a little west virginia fan who gets kind of cranky when dad won't pay attention to her. ♪ >> and then, she hears psy. oh, yeah. you know what they say. "gangnam style" soothes the savage beast. >>> and finally, another video that's gone viral. this cat wants to get into this box. check it out. and his diet can wait. darn it. >> what? >> whoa. >> one final question for you, does this box make him look big? that's "pop news" eve
for the ravens/browns' guam tonight. you know there is some concern about the 121 refs necessarily have they been briefed on some of the new rules, have they passed physicals, will they pass physicals, going to endure, physicals and briefed on the new rules. should be ready to go. >> a great thing. a lot of folks are relieved. trying to dig up the e-mail the producer sent to us about the salaries. >> that will increase to $173,000 by 2013, that is, and $205,000 by 2019. this is not a full time job for a lot. they have side jobs. >> that is a lot of dough. i didn't know the refs. i figured it was decent paying job. not $200,000 a year for refs? i mean, whew. shows you how lucrative the nfl its. >> no one is starving that is for sure. here is your thursday forecast everybody. showers from the colorado rockies to south dakota. a wet day from new mexico to south texas. thunderstorms from wichita to pittsburgh. a few showers around the big apple. philly and d.c. >> 60s and 70s from northeast into the great lakes, the dakotas. 80s in atlanta, miami, and new orleans. 97 in phoenix. just 67 in colorado s
. the real refs will be back tonight for the ravens/browns game. across the nation, relief. >> the referees are locked out no more. >> reporter: it was this single moment. this botched call by replacement referees during monday's seahawks/packers game. >> who has it? >> reporter: that changed what had been a labor dispute over the fight over the integrity of america's most popular sport. >> referees union is back. and was this the play that got them there? >> it became clear, this is more than winners and losers. this is more than complaining about a bad call here or there. this had to be taken care of. >> reporter: it appears to two sides got the message, after hearing from angry fans, players and coaches. the nfl commissioner saying, quote, this agreement supports long-term reformings that will make officiating better. the teams, players and fans want and deserve both consistency and quality in officiating. sources say the eight-year agreement pleases both sides, with a compensation increase for referees and the option for the nfl to obtain and train additional officials. >> this became t
. and they actually got a standing ovation from the crowd at the browns/ravens game. believed to be the first standing ovation ever for referees. no controversial calls last night. it must be because they're back. palmer took it 23-16, over cleveland. >> how long will it last, though? >> probably one day. >>> the race for the white house now. just 39 days to go before "your voice, your vote." and just five days to go before what could be a make-or-break first debate for mitt romney. abc's david muir is just back from traveling with the romney campaign. he's here with us now, for an inside look at how both campaigns are preparing for the showdown. >> reporter: this is always fun and predictable. both sides are already trying to lower expectations. the obama campaign arguing in five of the last six debates, the challengers were perceived the winners. romney's had a lot of practice. as you'll see, the romney camp, painting the president as a master orator. through ohio and virginia, this morning, a shift to that crucial first debate. overnight, a senior adviser to the romney campaign, sending a memo to r
-driving cars, yes, i said self-driving cars, governor jerry brown called the vehicles "science fiction becoming tomorrow's reality." >> they're closer to being reality than you might think. in fact, abc's jim avila has already taken one out for a test drive. >> reporter: you have seen this -- cars that slam on the brakes before you hit a pole. but here's something you have never seen. the car of the future making the driver totally unnecessary. no hand. google is working on one. and the federal government is sponsoring a field test in ann arbor, michigan with cars that automatically swerve past potential accidents and alert you to oncoming hazards. and now this at general motors' test track, i sat in the driver's seat as this cadillac at high speeds stayed in its lane. at 60 miles an hour it stopped on its own even when a car driving 30 miles slower pulleden front of us. >> we can foresee the day when vehicles will avoid collisions. >> reporter: it has been a car maker's dream since george jetson sat in his automated flying car. >> the vehicle can take complete control and take you to your dest
whisking that. >> at what point do i say bam? >> anytime you want. >> bam. >> sugar, white and brown. just get it all in there. >> you are a master in the kitchen. i can tell that right now. >> you can bam that if you want. but keep it in the bowl. >> kopow. >> what's something that people leave out of a pumpkin pie that makes a real difference? >> spices. cinnamon, coriander. i use a little ginger. and you put the filling in right here. all right. how is it? good? >> it's fantastic. >> oh. >> who baked that? comes out of the oven looking this delicious, right? >> exactly. pumpkin soup, delicious. i make a little herb oil. and just drizzle that. taste this. >> hot or cold? >> served hot. set it down. >> emeril, jack here, cannot get enough. i can't keep him in pie. >> one of my favorite things, elizabeth, have you tasted the lasagna? >> i did. it's a unique taste. >> slices of pumpkin. ricotta cheese, apple, sage. >> fantastic. >> our favorite part of the morning. >> recipes goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! we'll be right back, everybody. we're here! [ giggling ] these days, nobody has tim
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